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    (Original post by ajp100688)
    The History department seems quite ok on switching around, I switched from IR to His/Pol without even having to explain the reason for it. I asked, they said it was ok and that was that. It's not like switching from something like Engineering to Law :p:

    I really love IR and international politics though, so I think I'll make my choice when we pre-register for next year's modules, if I can build the Politics side of my degree entirely around IR modules then I'll continue, if not I'll probably switch to straight History. Theres some really cool 2nd yr options for History aswell, I can't choose between them all and it's even harder when I have just two slots
    The module that Bubbles de Milo is doing in her 2nd year looks really boring and like another Intro to Politics. I think it's called Modern Political Thought and it's compulsory. It's about Rosseau, or whatever his name is. Really unattractive module.

    Have you started the American Century essay? And what about the IR one for this Thursday?
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    The module that Bubbles de Milo is doing in her 2nd year looks really boring and like another Intro to Politics. I think it's called Modern Political Thought and it's compulsory. It's about Rosseau, or whatever his name is. Really unattractive module.

    Have you started the American Centruy essay? And what about the IR one for this Thursday?
    Theres also stuff like International Relations in a Globalizing World and International Security in the Contemporary World which sound quite interesting although the explanation given on the website is pretty vague. I wish they'd like upload the module handbook for each of them.

    I did the first draft of my IR one yesterday but I wanted to go to Drapers and was fed up with it, so I've left finishing it until tomorrow. I havn't even started on my American essay yet but once I get this IR one done, the American essay is the only one I have left to do before Xmas. So I can take my time on it.
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    (Original post by ajp100688)
    Theres also stuff like International Relations in a Globalizing World and International Security in the Contemporary World which sound quite interesting although the explanation given on the website is pretty vague. I wish they'd like upload the module handbook for each of them.

    I did the first draft of my IR one yesterday but I wanted to go to Drapers and was fed up with it, so I've left finishing it until tomorrow. I havn't even started on my American essay yet but once I get this IR one done, the American essay is the only one I have left to do before Xmas. So I can take my time on it.
    Well yeah, but we should not get too ahead of ourselves. :p:

    Yeah, Im gonna finish off the IR one tomorrow. It's only a draft, so I'm not too fussed about it. I've started the American one and done quite a lot. Obviously I'll be reviewing it a number of times and making a number of changes. Getting hold of the books is the hardest thing.
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    Well yeah, but we should not get too ahead of ourselves. :p:

    Yeah, Im gonna finish off the IR one tomorrow. It's only a draft, so I'm not too fussed about it. I've started the American one and done quite a lot. Obviously I'll be reviewing it a number of times and making a number of changes. Getting hold of the books is the hardest thing.
    I might have something to do with that, I've been holding onto one of the copies of 'Expansionists of 1898' for about two weeks now, without even having used it :mmm: I think I'm going to head down to Senate House or LSE to pick up some books for it, once I actually get started.
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    I might have something to do with that, I've been holding onto one of the copies of 'Expansionists of 1898' for about two weeks now, without even having used it :mmm: I think I'm going to head down to Senate House or LSE to pick up some books for it, once I actually get started.
    Thankfully, Im not in need of that book. You do know each day is 50p? I have like a £3.00 fine now. I tried to renew a book today, but it says another student has reserved it. :rolleyes:
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    Thankfully, Im not in need of that book. You do know each day is 50p? I have like a £3.00 fine now. I tried to renew a book today, but it says another student has reserved it. :rolleyes:
    Yeah I've just been renewing it, so as to avoid fines. My total fines are only 50p, I don't have a clue how to pay them though, considering you can't use coins anymore.
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    (Original post by ajp100688)
    Theres also stuff like International Relations in a Globalizing World and International Security in the Contemporary World which sound quite interesting although the explanation given on the website is pretty vague. I wish they'd like upload the module handbook for each of them.

    I did the first draft of my IR one yesterday but I wanted to go to Drapers and was fed up with it, so I've left finishing it until tomorrow. I havn't even started on my American essay yet but once I get this IR one done, the American essay is the only one I have left to do before Xmas. So I can take my time on it.

    You know, you could just ask the second year about them.. :wink2:

    And Snooker; MPT is only compulsory for full Pol students, not double hons, so you can get out of it.
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    Yeah I've just been renewing it, so as to avoid fines. My total fines are only 50p, I don't have a clue how to pay them though, considering you can't use coins anymore.
    You put money into your account at the machine next to printer card tings.

    Then 'pay fines' on machine you borrow books from.
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    You put money into your account at the machine next to printer card tings.

    Then 'pay fines' on machine you borrow books from.
    Cheers!

    CasinoBrawl was that your article on the front page of QMessenger this week?
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    Yeah I've just been renewing it, so as to avoid fines. My total fines are only 50p, I don't have a clue how to pay them though, considering you can't use coins anymore.
    That book is obviously not in demand. I can't seem to hold a book for more than a week before someone reserves it. No clue how to pay as well.
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    You know, you could just ask the second year about them.. :wink2:

    And Snooker; MPT is only compulsory for full Pol students, not double hons, so you can get out of it.
    That's good to hear. Let's hope there is no module like the Intro one in the 2nd year. But first it's the 1st year.
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    Me and Fleur are looking for some hot dates for the winter season :snowm:

    Any takers?! :rolleyes:
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    Me and Fleur are looking for some hot dates for the winter season :snowm:

    Any takers?! :rolleyes:
    **pretends not to be interested...but is glued to the screen**
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    (Original post by ajp100688)
    Cheers!

    CasinoBrawl was that your article on the front page of QMessenger this week?
    Not unless it said it was by Sian Griffith. Would be weird if it was, I didn't do anything for this issue :dontknow:

    Pfft, I'm trying to open the notes I did in the library earlier but they're in .odt format and won't open properly in Word. Do I have to download OpenOffice? :sigh:
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    Never mind, sorted it.
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    (Original post by CasinoBrawl)
    Never mind, sorted it.
    Your avatar is screwing my head up :eek3:
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    (Original post by Lavace)
    Your avatar is screwing my head up :eek3:
    :rofl:
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    (Original post by CasinoBrawl)
    :rofl:
    How do you do Brawl?
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    (Original post by Lavace)
    How do you do Brawl?
    I'm alright, ta. I've chosen midnight to start an essay though :thumbsdown:

    Yourself?
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    (Original post by CasinoBrawl)
    Not unless it said it was by Sian Griffith. Would be weird if it was, I didn't do anything for this issue :dontknow:

    Pfft, I'm trying to open the notes I did in the library earlier but they're in .odt format and won't open properly in Word. Do I have to download OpenOffice? :sigh:
    Ah it was Sian Tomlinson, I knew your name was Sian but couldn't remember the surname! I live with a Sian aswell, theres too many Sian's at this university! :p:
 
 
 
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